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Assistant Professor of Wildlife Health Ecology Explains an Upcoming U of C Coyote Study

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February 15, 2013
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Foot hold traps will be back in Calgary parks for a University of Calgary catch-and-release study on coyotes after the program was suspended last year following complaints from dog walkers.


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